Yes, that one. I got a dividend of 4.8%, and have a slight profit ion the price since I bought it. It's slightly above average performance for the bonds I have. IEMB has 483 different bonds, mostly from countries, 55% of which investment grade. I think it's much safer than a sub-investment grade company that offers 1 or 2% more.
I don't trust very much websites. I considered buying properties through propertypartner.co. You can buy shares of properties, and you get a dividend based on the rent the tenants pay. You can sell the shares to others (if anybody wants to buy them). I think the idea is brilliant, but I was put off by the high fees. I checked the website again a few days ago, and according to reviews they have recently raised the fees, and people who own the shares can only sell them at a loss. Basically all those who comment on propertypartner.co say that they lost money, or made only very very little, or can't get back the money.
I would rather buy a 10 billion USD ETF managed by blackrock, than sending my money to a website that promises me 1% more by selling me bonds issued by a sub-investment grade company run off a basement in Basingstoke. But that's just me. To each its own. Peace.